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Three Young Men Arrested For Possession and Intent To Sell Controlled Substances

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Isaiah Bryant-Lacy, left. Cameron Davis, right. Eduardo Torres not pictured.

Sulphur Springs Special Crimes Unit officers arrested three young men who were in possession of and intending to sell narcotics to high school students in two separate incidents on Thursday. On Thursday morning Sulphur Springs High School officers discovered that Cameron Blayne Davis, 17, was in possession of a approximately 13 Xanax pills. Davis was attempting to sell the pills to other students at the high school. SCU Sergeant Mark Estes arrived at the school and arrested Davis and transported him to the Hopkins County Jail where he was placed on $5,000 bond for Possession of a Controlled Substance Level 3 less than 28 grams in a Drug Free Zone. Davis posted bail on Friday morning.

Thursday evening SCU officers made a traffic stop at a convenience store on Broadway Street in Sulphur Springs. Inside the vehicle were Isaiah Deonte Bryant-Lacy, 19, the driver, and Eduardo Austin Torres, 17, the passenger. Upon contact, Sgt. Estes and Sergeant Crouse could smell a strong odor of marijuana emitting from the vehicle. Sgt. Estes asked about the smell at which time the driver stated that they were in possession of illegal narcotics. Bryant-Lacy handed Sgt. Estes a large white container which had an undisclosed quantity of marijuana and a clear bag containing several green pills identified as Xanax. The two men were within 1000 feet of a Christian School located on Lee Street which enhanced the charge to being within a Drug Free Zone. Upon further questioning, Torres admitted to selling Xanax pills to Davis who was arrested earlier on Thursday. Bryant-Lacy and Torres were then transported to the Hopkins County Jail.

Bryant-Lacy was placed on $7,000 total bond: $5,000 for Possession of a Controlled Substance Level 3 less than 28 grams in a Drug Free Zone and $2,000 for Possession of Marijuana less than 20 ounces in a Drug Free Zone. Torres now sits on $17,000 total bond: $10,000 for Manufacture and Delivery of a Controlled Substance Level 3 less than 28 grams in a Drug Free Zone, $5,000 for Possession of a Controlled Substance Level 3 less than 28 grams in a Drug Free Zone, and $2,000 for Possession of Marijuana less than 20 ounces in a Drug Free Zone. As of Friday morning, neither Bryant-Lacy or Torres have posted bail.

Author: Staff Reporter

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